SME - How to manage your annual compliance processes in China for 2010

Beijing, China | January 22, 2010

In China, wholly foreign owned enterprises (WFOEs) and most representative offices (ROs) are subject to annual compliance work. Have you kept up with your 2009 bookkeeping and tax fillings, ensuring they are in compliance with relevant Chinese laws and regulations? If not, this might be your last chance to correct them. Chinese law requires all entities to submit an annual Audit Report of their financial statements in the beginning of the following financial year.
In this presentation we will discuss the following topics particularly important to ROs and WFOEs:
  • Bookkeeping requirements
  • Tax filling obligations
  • IIT obligations for the Chief Representative and other staff
  • Annual IIT filings for high earners
  • General accounting treatment of significant audit areas and year-end account closing
  • Annual audit and tax compliance
  • Preparing your annual CIT filling according to the new CIT law and series of rules released in 2009
  • Annual license review procedures

15.00-15.15 Registration
15.15-16.15 Presentation by Ms. Sabrina Zhang
16.15-16.45 Q&A
16.45-17.00 Networking

Tel: (8610) 8486 2225
Please note that there is a dress code for the Capital Club (jeans and athletic clothing are not permitted on the 50th floor)

RSVP: E-mail to Ms. Danielle Geng at before 12.00pm on Thursday January 21st 2010.
Please add the following information:
Name + Surname
Company name
Job title
Mobile phone number

Registration is binding – “No Shows” will be charged, if not cancelled before 12.00pm on Thursday January 21st 2010.

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